Since my daughter loves Abby Cadabby and Elmo, I knew I had to include them both but I didn't want to do a Sesasme Street party like I've seen very often. Her birthday is in December and is so cold where we live, so I gave the theme a little twist and did an Abby Cadabby in Winter Wonderland Burrrrrr.....thday part.
I just grabbed a few elements of Abby Cadabby, but was mostly inspired by her colors and that's what I played with.
Kids: Counterpillar's Jello layers, O's cereal with raisins and Organic ABC cookies Adults: Red Velvet and Lemon-Blueberry cupcakes, oatmeal-cranberry cookies, double chocolate walnut cookies and caramel cookies, traditional sweets from Puerto Rico and Panama
Kids received a Mad Hatter hat filled with Organic Sesame Street snack from Earth's Best, magic wands for girls and Elmo Red Rabbit hats for boys
What People Ate
Since it was a baby party everything was "Baby Safe" food and I prepared it myself so this is what I had on the menu for babies: Zoey Mouse's Mini Mac N' cheese, Oscar the Grouch of Hearts Chicken nuggets, Rose-ita's quesadillas bites. For the adults I made: Rosei-ta's Taco Bar, Tweedle Dee Tuna & Tweedle Dum Chicken Salad and Zoe Mousey's cheese platter
What People Drank
Kids: Motts for Tots apple and fruit punch juice Adults: Sodas
The whole party
Most Touching Moment
When singing Jenelle "Happy B-Day to you" in English, Spanish and Korean she started to dance :)
My little girl didn't know what was going on but she had a blast running around, playing at the ball pit and climbing like a monkey.